- Covering the syllabus
We work closely with teachers to develop educational visits that reflect the needs of the students’ current syllabus. The content and structure of these visits is constantly reviewed to ensure it meets the desired learning objectives. Typical lesson subjects include:
- History of Transport
From 1885 until the present day.
- Design and Technology
Looking at design styles and the technology behind the motor car.
- Business Studies
Using the Museum company/charity structure as a basis for learning, we examine the commercial and charitable aspects of the organisation.
Again, we use the Museum as a basis for exploring the task of marketing such a diverse organisation. This is an interactive module and always proves to be a fun and challenging exercise for the entire cohort. It can also form the basis of further research and investigation when returning to school or college.
- Mechanics and Engineering
In this module students cover the mechanics of the internal combustion engine and vehicle restoration. The module is very interactive and students will engage with various members of staff from both the Museum curatorial team and the Workshop and Restoration Centre.
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